Speed ​​of Snapdragon 665 is similar to SD660?

The Master Lu performance testing platform is quite popular in China, as is GeekBench in other markets. Incidentally, this system tested the new Snapdragon 665 chipset that comes integrated into the newly announced Xiaomi Mi CC9e. Recall that Qualcomm first announced the Snapdragon 665 chipset along with Snapdragon 730 in April this year. The results are interesting ...

Speed ​​of Snapdragon 665 is similar to SD660?

Mi CC9e is perhaps the first official device with this new chipset. In terms of performance, this processor has earned 178,992 points. This score is similar to that of Snapdragon 660, with very few improvements to point out.

The benchmark score of Snapdragon 660 on Master Lu, with reference to Redmi Note 7, is 165,683 points. However, the Snapdragon 665 has the great support of artificial intelligence and this is what can make the difference. Qualcomm claims that the new features in the SD665 guarantee several improvements in performance.

The Snapdragon 665 is an 11nm octa-core chipset. It consists of eight Kryo 260 cores in a 4 + 4 arrangement. They operate at 2.0GHz.

However, the artificial intelligence present in this chipset works with the new Hexagon 686 DSP digital imaging processor and Qualcomm Spectra 165. The idea is to ensure better photographic capability in reduced light conditions. On the other hand, artificial intelligence also ensures better safety at the level of facial unlocking.

The Snapdragon 665 supports Bluetooth 5.0 LPE, USB 3.1, dual camera up to 16MP and single camera of 48MP. It also allows recording of 4K video at 30fps and slow-motion recording of up to 120fps at 1080p. Maximum support at the screen level is 2520 x 1080 pixels (FHD +). It also supports Quick Charge 3.0.

Looking at all this we are undoubtedly facing a good processor. It remains to see how you will carry other equipment that are ready to launch.

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